I set out on a journey to find myself; to see what was underneath all the role playing; to uncover who I inherently was.
As a gentleman, do you think this quote is accurate? What are your initial thoughts?
Husband. Father. Son. Friend. Colleague (or boss). Theresa Byrne looks at what it takes to succeed in the roles you play in life.
There is bound to be some tension when you work with your spouse. Here is how this couple handles it.
Star Wars is a story that gives us some powerful lessons. Sometimes the weakest leaders can teach us the most.
When we run into setbacks, we sometimes don’t see a path forward. Cultural expectations are often the cause.
Comedian Robbie Sherrard maps out the protocol for every type of meet and greet situation.
Steve Errey advises men to drop the pretense you know everything and start acknowledging your imperfections and vulnerability.
Orin J. Hahn shows why the best way to understand women is to begin communicating.
Dillan ponders why some men help, why some don’t, and a new way to think about partnership.
There’s a stereotype out there that men lose their identities when they get married. Tom Brechlin disagrees.
Orin J. Hahn on why being a good man is a losing proposition from the start.
Was there a moment when you, all of a sudden, could differentiate between you and your child? In a tiny gesture, Bruce Ditman saw the daylight between he and his 7 year old daughter.
Taylor Garcia’s understanding of cooking grew and changed in tandem with his marriage.
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What would it look like if men and women reversed roles at the gym?